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Cicero Illinois

April, 2nd

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Cicero, IL - "hospitals" search results

  • University of Chicago Hospitals

    5758 S Maryland Ave, Chicago, IL 60637

    (773) 702-4749

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  • University of Chicago Hospitals and Health System

    5841 S Maryland Ave, Chicago, IL 60637

    (773) 702-9200

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  • University of Chicago Hospitals

    5841 S Maryland Ave Ste 1, Chicago, IL 60637

    (773) 834-4703

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  • University of Chicago Hospitals

    800 E 55th St, Chicago, IL 60615

    (773) 753-8587

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  • Vca Animal Hospitals

    3631 N Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60618

    (773) 267-1111

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  • V Ca Animal Hospitals

    3631 N Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60618

    (708) 482-3256

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  • Higgins Animal Clinic

    1705 W. Belmont , Chicago, IL 60657

    (773) 819-9256

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Local hospitals that are set up for short or long term stays must have a Registered Nurse on call at all times. Some local hospitals also have their own pharmacies and pharmacists, their own laboratories, their own physical therapists, even their own anesthesiologists and surgical staff. There are even local hospitals that have gone completely smoke free. This means that there is absolutely no smoking on the campus anywhere (even parking lots). Most people will end up in a hospital at least once in their life time. When you go your local hospital you do have rights. These rights should be posted on their walls where you can see them. They can include rights such as being seen in a timely manner (yet, extreme emergencies are taken before minor injuries and illnesses). You should never be turned away if you are having a life threatening illness or extreme emergency. A pregnant woman should never ever be turned away if she is in labor or having complications. This includes those people who do not have insurance. If a local hospital turns away someone and they die before getting to another hospital, they are looking at a law suit. If you go to a local hospital and have a concern or complaint make sure to put it in writing and submit it to the proper hospital supervisor.

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